THE STEPS TO MURDER by Rufus King

THE STEPS TO MURDER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Seven stories of planned death make sure the female is deadlier and that not only the law but outside help contrives to catch a killer. An ambitious woman's meticulous plot does not come off; a Monsignor invokes the patron saint of the impossible; a hotelkeeper moves faster than her would-be murderer; a victim of a heart condition is strong enough to withstand death; a most cooperative witness uses lethal means -- the expertise here is smooth in its techniques.

Publisher: Doubleday